Amazon’s amazing biodome; Paul Allen’s abstract art; and other top stories of the week
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Amazon’s amazing biodome; Paul Allen’s abstract art; and other top stories of the week

It’s Memorial Day Weekend. So, earlier than the BBQs hearth up and the engines purr at Indy, we’d wish to take a second and say because of those that’ve served our nation and made the final sacrifice. These efforts have allowed our nation to thrive, making it a spot the place entrepreneurs of all stripes can deal with innovation.

In the present day, for all of those that missed the motion, we’re having a look again on GeekWire to the stories that had been driving the most clicks this previous week. Get pleasure from.

Images: wants to build a massive biosphere in Seattle (perfect for workers and mature trees) (230 Tweets, 29 feedback)

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen just sold this abstract painting for $43.8 million (83 Tweets, 17 feedback)

I-5 bridge that collapsed into river is already gone from Google Maps (151 Tweets, 10 feedback)

Microsoft uses Siri to ridicule iPad in latest commercial (75 Tweets, 2 feedback)

Here’s what Microsoft is paying its new CFO Amy Hood (12 Tweets, 1 remark)

VIDEO: Watch the I-5 bridge collapse into river (11 Tweets, 0 feedback)

Xbox One: Live from Microsoft’s new console unveiling in Redmond (112 Tweets, 6 feedback)

xboxUp close with Xbox One: Pics, specs and the backside (26 Tweets, 14 feedback)

5 things I learned while working on the original Xbox (64 Tweets, 11 feedback)

U.S. Air Force deploying 18,000 iPads to replace bulky paper flight manuals (23 Tweets, 5 feedback)

So, there you will have it. A glance again at the top stories of the week. Because of everybody for tuning in to GeekWire, and have a contented and protected Memorial Day Weekend.

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